Dog meets dog
Encounter (on the leash) workshop for dog / human teams
Many dogs no longer show natural behaviour in encounters with other dogs - especially on the leash. The reasons for this are complex and depend on many factors. Some dogs pull into the leash, try to move forward, bark or whine and others try to escape. These various behaviours push many dog owners to their limits and create tension for the team.
Who can/should participate: All dog-human teams who feel uncomfortable with dog/dog encounters on the road. Also suitable for younger pubescent dogs (from about 7 - 8 months).
This seminar contains a theory block and four practical lessons
training with dogs with extensive hunting behaviour
Hunting behaviour in dogs - fascination or curse?
Is it difficult for you to release your dog because you never know if he will stay with you? Is your dog often on the ground with his nose poking around and forgetting the environment around him? Can your dog hardly walk out the front door normally because he knows that he will meet a cat just around the corner? Is your dog unable to respond to your call back as soon as he sees a moving object (bicycle, child, game, cat, etc.)?
Then this workshop is just the right thing for you and your dog.
This workshop includes 2 days of theory and practical training. There is a longer break between the two days so that what has been learned can be implemented and trained.Seminar Details
WEBINAR - hunting dogs - curse or fascination
In this webinar we will impart profound knowledge about hunting behaviour, correct behaviour towards hunting dogs and solution strategies.Seminar Details
Introduction to dummy work, part 2
Dummy training has its origins in hunting and is becoming increasingly popular as an activity for working dogs of all breeds. Situations similar to hunting are simulated and dummies are used instead of real game.
Dummy work includes other exciting training elements in addition to retrieving. It is a varied and challenging activity in which the dog can use all its senses and is mentally and physically challenged.
This seminar is aimed at dog handlers and builds on Part 1. We will continue to work on the basic elements of dummy work (basic position, steadiness, behavioural chain apport, back/stop whistle), as well as the lead-in in combination with the small search. The seminar day is also open to "career changers" with previous knowledge of dummy work.
All fetch-loving dogs regardless of breed or origin are welcome.
- The finer points of apport
- The issue of impulse control
- Deepening the topic of markings
- Deepening the topic of instruction
- Consolidate small search
- Combining instruction and small search
- Useful use of the blanket